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Town Hall To Be Cleaned After Exposure

Woodbury Mayor Andy Duggin issued the following statement this morning. We have been notified that a person who has very recently performed work within our building has tested positive for COVID-19. This person is NOT an employee of the Town…

Governor’s Media Briefing for Tuesday

Today, Governor Bill Lee provided an update on Tennessee’s efforts regarding COVID-19 relief. Gov. Lee’s daily press conferences can be viewed live each day this week at 3 p.m. CDT here. Gov. Lee has also established a website specific to…

April 1st is Deadline for Hay Producers

The Cannon County UT Extension Office reminds hay producers of an important deadline. TAEP Backordered Equipment Policy – Hay Equipment & Livestock Equipment Programs Producers approved for Livestock Equipment and Hay Equipment were sent a letter in early March which…

Rosie is Ready to Help Tennessee Parents and Children

The Tennessee Department of Education and Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation (GELF) announced a statewide partnership with ReadyRosie, an early education online platform, to provide short videos and free resources with simple, engaging activities for Tennessee families and children, ages birth through 3rd grade, to do at home.  Through this partnership, all families with school-aged children in Tennessee will have access to ReadyRosie Modeled Moment videos, which equips them with simple…

Soaking Rains and Straight Line Winds Leave Their Mark

Heavy storms traveled across the midstate Saturday night and Sunday morning.  Straightline winds caused damage across Cannon  and DeKalb County. Middle Tennessee Electric reported multiple outages.  The continued rain is blamed for erosion along River Road and made a section…

COVID-19 Update / Task Force Meets

Cannon County update on COVID-19. So far as many already know, Cannon County has (3) confirmed causes of COVID-19. Statewide reports of at least 1,530 cases and 6 deaths so far. The Cannon County, COVID-19 Task Force was created last…

COVID-19 Update for Saturday

The newest numbers released by the Tennessee Department of Health (TDOH) reveal that there are now 28 confirmed cases of coronavirus spread across the Upper Cumberland. The count for testing positive for COVID-19 in Cannon County is now at 2.…